linux + serial console
guillaume.laures at noos.fr
Wed Oct 10 11:58:03 EST 2001
le mar 09-10-2001 at 14:33 Jure Menart a écrit :
> I'm trying to have Linux box (custom made board, IBM 405gp), which would
> 'work' only through serial console (ttyS0).
> I try many things but I just couldn't keep my 'console' on ttyS0.
> I change everything in main.c to open only /dev/ttyS0, not the usual
> /dev/console. I made /dev/std[io,out,err] links which pointed to /dev/ttyS0
> (although it isn't important I think), but my console 'dissapears' anyway.
> Did I forget something... or better - what did I forget?
I run "root=/dev/hda14 console=ttyS0,38400 console=tty0" as a boot
Both console declaration enable output of startup messages on the serial
port as well as on the console, you may only use "console=ttyS0,9600" or
Interesting too, if you happen to have getty installed (getty_ps rpm)
you can set in your /etc/inittab:
s1:2345:respawn:/sbin/getty ttyS0 DT38400
so that you can login on the serial port with a utility like cu or
in /etc/securetty helps also, to log in as root directly
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